Consultation ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Consultation ( noun )

  1. The act of seeking or seeking advice from someone, typically an expert.
  2. A meeting or session in which advice or an opinion is sought from someone.

Origin:

From old french consultation, from latin consultationem ("a seeking of advice"), from consultare ("to ask advice, seek counsel"), from con- ("together") + ultare ("to ask").

Examples:

  1. The patient had a consultation with the doctor.
  2. He had a consultation with the lawyer to discuss the case.
  3. She had a consultation with the architect to discuss the plans for the house.
  4. The company had a consultation with the consultant to improve the business.
  5. He had a consultation with the professor to discuss the research project.

(As a verb)

Consultation ( verb )

  1. The act of seeking or seeking advice from someone, typically an expert.
  2. A meeting or session in which advice or an opinion is sought from someone.

Origin:

From old french consultation, from latin consultationem ("a seeking of advice"), from consultare ("to ask advice, seek counsel"), from con- ("together") + ultare ("to ask").

Examples:

  1. The patient had a consultation with the doctor.
  2. He had a consultation with the lawyer to discuss the case.
  3. She had a consultation with the architect to discuss the plans for the house.
  4. The company had a consultation with the consultant to improve the business.
  5. He had a consultation with the professor to discuss the research project.
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